Punahou School, female
A 19-year old wahine who graduated from Punahou and was attending the territorial normal school in Honolulu. Born on Maui, she grew up on a sugar plantation and aspired to be a music teacher. Both parents were well educated and could speak ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi and English. She mentions her inability to speak ʻōlelo but “boasts” about her fluency in English and French. Her essay expresses an inner conflict over her disdain for the racial prejudice she believes Haole have for other races and their lack of morals and her desire to remain friends with them.